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Friday, 17 November 2000 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Teen idol sued by web developer DNA Visual Business Solutions Britney Spears, Signatures SNI Inc. and Britney Spears Inc. are being sued in Federal Court in Illinois by DNA Visual Business Solutions, the developer of
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Joe C. dies of intestinal disorder. 26 year old Joseph Calleja, better known as Kid Rock's three-foot-nine-inch rapping sidekick Joe C. passed away Thursday, November 16th at his home in Taylor, Michigan. Since his childhood, Joe C. had suffered from Celiac disease, an intestinal disorder. Despite being small in stature, Joe C. was an integral part of Kid Rock’s Twisted Brown Trucker Band, making his recording debut on the muilti-platinim Kid Rock album Devil Without a Cause in 1998. He then went on to record a track for the South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut soundtrack, starred in Kid Rock’s videos and even made appearances on Saturday Night Live and the animated Fox series The Simpsons.
Wednesday, 17 May 2000 ,  Written by
Today, T.A.F.K.A.P. (The Artist Formerly Known As Prince) announced he was changing his name back to Prince. In 1993, Prince, who in the late 1980s signed the biggest record contract in history, changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol in order to free himself of the limitations of his recording and music publishing contract with Warner Brothers Records and Warner-Chappel music publishing. Prince said at a press conference today, "On Dec. 31, 1999, my publishing contract with Warner-Chappel expired, thus emancipating the name I was given before birth Prince, from all long-term restrictive documents." Prince's re-renaming kicked off a quirky, hour-long news conference, at which the Minneapolis rocker made an assortment of announcements, including the promise of a weeklong party in his hometown dubbed "Prince: A Celebration."
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Allegations have recently surfaced that former Jodeci member Dalvin DeGrate pulled a "Milli Vanilli" by not providing the vocals on some of the tracks for his forthcoming "Met.A.Mor.Phic" album due out April 18. In a statement released by his record company Maverick Recording Company, Dalvin denies the rumor that his close friend Stevie J was the one singing on the the albums first signle "Why Can't We" as well as several other tracks. "I have no idea how someone could get this one so wrong," laughed DeGrate about the rumor. "Stevie played on a bunch of the album's tracks, he produced or co-produced four tracks, and he sang back-up on 'Why Can't We,' "More Than Friends," and "Scandalous," but that was it. And I made sure hewas credited and paid!"
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